Councillors, democracy and elections

Elections are held to elect the people who represent you on Hyndburn Borough Council, Lancashire County Council, the European Parliament, and at a national level, the House of Commons. You are allowed to vote if your name is on the Register of...

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Church and Clayton-Le-Moors Cemetery

The Church and Clayton-le-Moors Cemetery is located on Dill Hall Lane, Church (BB5 4DL) and is also known as Dill Hall Cemetery. Dill Hall Cemetery is the Council’s second largest cemetery, dating back to 1889 and has carried out over...

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Great Harwood Cemetery

Great Harwood Cemetery opened in 1887, and has no longer any graves left to purchase. The cemetery is divided in two, with the original section dating from 1887 to 1949 and the second section opening in January 1950. Surrounded by residential...

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Planning in Hyndburn

Planning and Transportation Building Control Building Regulations may also apply to the works you are undertaking. Go directly to the Building Control application page. View more information about Building Control Development Management This...

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Great Harwood Retail Market

Great Harwood holds a separate Market Charter granted by King Edward III in 1338 giving the right to hold a market on Fridays. Great Harwood Market operates every Friday on the Town Gate at the junction of Queen Street, Blackburn Road and Church...

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Allotments in Hyndburn

There are 22 allotment sites located throughout Hyndburn with an approximate total of 850 plots. The sizes of the allotments vary to accommodate the differing requirements of our tenants.  You may be allowed livestock, for example, chickens and...

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Tree Management

Tree Management Within Hyndburn Within Tree Management, you will find details relating to the protection of trees through Tree Preservation Orders and Conservation Areas, information relating to trees on council property and information and...

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Parks and Open spaces – outdoor facilities

The council is responsible for 12 town gardens, 8 informal recreation grounds and 5 playing fields. The town gardens are maintained all year round and provide a colourful focal-point within the borough. All the playing fields have a pavilion with...

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Enforcement Action

The Council always works with residents to manage their waste.  However, enforcement action is taken against those who drop litter fail to present their waste in their wheeled bin allow waste to accumulate on their property flytip waste...

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Housing Advice

Within Housing Advice, we can offer help and advice on housing-related issues for people seeking housing advice from renting accommodation to advice on benefits and entitlements, dealing with private landlords, homelessness and housing issues in...

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Introduction to Accrington Town Team

Accrington Town Team seeks to deliver the vision to promote Accrington as a Floral Market Town, improve prosperity, enhance the wellbeing of the community and create a viable Town centre economy.  It provides an opportunity to work with partners...

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